10 CFR 1.29 - Office of International Programs.
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The Office of International Programs—
(b) Recommends policies concerning nuclear exports and imports, international safeguards, international physical security, nonproliferation matters, and international cooperation and assistance in nuclear safety and radiation protection;
(c) Plans, develops, and manages international nuclear safety information exchange programs and coordinates international research agreements;
(d) Obtains, evaluates, and uses pertinent information from other NRC and U.S. Government offices in processing nuclear export and import license applications;
(e) Establishes and maintains working relationships with individual countries and international nuclear organizations, as well as other involved U.S. Government agencies; and
(f) Assures that all international activities carried out by the Commission and staff are well coordinated internally and Government-wide and are consistent with NRC and U.S. policies.
[57 FR 1639, Jan. 15, 1992]
Title 10 published on 2014-01-01
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